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Managed Exchange TreeView Control Sample Application

Exchange Server 2003

Managed Exchange TreeView Control Sample Application

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The managed Exchange TreeView control is an assembly that can be used in a managed Microsoft® Windows® application to display a hierarchical list of nodes that corresponds to a mail or public folder hierarchy. The managed Exchange TreeView control can also be used to add, delete, and move folders in the Exchange store. The control uses the WebDAV protocol to communicate with the Exchange store, so it may be implemented in both server and client applications. For more information, see Managed Exchange TreeView Control.

Managed Exchange TreeView Control Sample Application Components

The Managed Exchange TreeView Control Sample Application is a Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET Windows Forms application that uses the managed Exchange TreeView control. The sample application can be used to add root nodes that correspond to mail or public folder hierarchies, move, rename, copy, and delete folders in the Exchange store. It must be used on a computer that has the Microsoft .NET Framework installed.

Note  To use the managed Exchange TreeView control with this sample application, you must have the Exchange SDK Development Tools installed. The managed Exchange TreeView control is installed with the Exchange SDK Development Tools in the \Program Files\Exchange SDK\Tools\ExchangeTreeViewControl\ folder.
Note  This sample application is intended for instructional purposes and is not meant to be installed in a production environment.

The following topics provide more information about the sample application.

Navigating the Managed Exchange TreeView Control Sample Application Source Code

Setting Up the Managed Exchange TreeView Control Sample Application

Using the Managed Exchange TreeView Control

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